8/19/2009 Our Sixth Grade Yearbook.... (PDF Copy)
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Wow, it's hard to imagine we have been out of school for 31 years now and many of us are or are getting ready to retire.
As you know, I was married the summer between our junior and senior years of high school and graduated in January of our senior year. I was off and running, ready to travel the globe with my then husband. Although I never returned for our graduation ceremonies, I did spend time living in Newport News, Virginia and Savannah Georgia and then was off to Germany where I had the opportunity to travel Europe for the 4 years we were there. I loved every minute of it. In 1983, we returnd to Lansing where we raised our children but ended our marriage in 1996 after 19 years of marriage.
I have been working for the American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees labor union for the past 18 years. First in Michigan and 7 years ago, I moved to Las Vegas and along with the Regional Director, we opened an International Union Regional Office where I love my job as the Regional Field Administrator of a 17 state region.
I dabble in everything related to the public sector labor movement from managing the offices and staff, to organizing and legislative action for the region. My job allows me to travel the country, hob nob with the politicians and keeps me alive and stimulated. I am certainly blessed.
My two daughters have grown to be beautiful young women that I am exceptionally proud of. My oldest daughter Andrea enlisted in the national guard out of high school to put herself through college and is currently serving our great country in Iraq where she is a medivac blackhawk pilot and is working on her masters degree. In her civilian life, she works for the Michigan Department of Transporation. My youngest daughter Char is 5 weeks from obtaining her para legal certification and will transition within her company from a Legal Secreatary to a para legal. Char has blessed me with one granddaughter who just turned 7 and is the brightest star in my life. Char relocated to Las Vegas in December of 2007 and I am lucky enough to see them almost every day.
It has been wonderful to catch up with so many of you through this website and facebook thanks to the efforts of Kurt. I applaud him! I have never made it to a class reunion, but who knows what the future will bring.
Best wishes to each and every one of you and I look forward to either staying in touch with you or hearing from you.
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